A mushroom isn’t a plant; it’s a fungus.
A fungus called “Athlete’s Foot” However, not all mushrooms should be considered harmful to your health! Come and visit our website search it on AyahuascaHealings you can learn more.
There are many varieties of mushrooms around the world. Some mushrooms can be poisonous, while others can be psychoactive. Many more mushrooms are edible and offer incredible health benefits.
You’ll be grabbing the ones you see at your local grocery store. They come in white and can be purchased in separate bins or in small groups on Styrofoam tray trays. Then they are wrapped in stretch wrap or “Cling Film”, as the British call it.
You will want to pick the loose ones, so that you can hand-pick the best and freshest whitest mushrooms. Then bag them in the paper bags provided by the store. The paper bag breathes and keeps your freshly picked mushrooms fresher until they are needed.
Most mushrooms found in supermarkets are grown commercially on mushroom farms. Mushroom farms can smell like shit. Because mushrooms grow in the dark, unlike vegetables, they eat manure.
This is why many people think mushrooms can be harmful to your health. This is a common misconception. After all, how can something that grows in dirt be good? This notion has even become a common expression:
“You treat my like a mushroom; you feed me with shit, and keep me in darkness!”
It’s great to a mushroom, though! Like us, mushrooms love the dark. After eating manure every day, a mushroom becomes a delicious morsel of food. It has stored all the goodness in the food it eats and filters out all the negative stuff. This leaves you with a delicious fungus, full of the nutrients you need to be healthy.